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AQA Unseen Poetry Teaching Companion (2015 exams)

Perfect preparation for the Unit 2: Poetry Across Time Section B 2015 exam in the new strengthened GCSE AQA specifications. This companion provides you with an easy-to-follow route through all 15 set poets in a student-friendly format with regular exam practice.

Includes:
  1. An outline Scheme of Work cross-referenced to Assessment Objectives
  2. 15 complete lesson plans with suggested homework tasks and differentiation opportunities
  3. Each lesson explores the poetical works of one set poet by concentrating on key biographical information, analysing one poem, exploring a sample exam answer with teacher’s commentary and setting a practice exam question
  4. All lessons are supported with excellent student handouts and adaptable PowerPoint presentations to engage students and keep the delivery of lessons simple and easy
  5. Also includes top tips for students on how to approach the exam, a mark scheme, guidance on reaching the top bands, and a handy glossary of terms
Poets covered: • Wilfred Owen • Christina Rossetti • William Blake • John Keats • Thomas Hardy • W H Auden • Robert Frost • Dorothy Parker • Maya Angelou • Wendy Cope • Tony Harrison • Jo Shapcott • Sophie Hannah • Owen Sheers • Brian Patten
Fantastic - this makes the idea of teaching the more detailed requirements of the new spec much less daunting and virtually eliminates the need for departments or teachers, especially those newer to the profession and without a detailed history of resources, to do extensive research. P Town, English Teacher & Independent Reviewer